- Adama Traore seems to have fallen out of favor at Wolverhampton with his contract running out
- The Spanish winger has attracted interest from Juventus, who would be open to signing him
- Juventus are willing to offer him a pre-agreement as early as January
Juventus are considering making a move for Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Adama Traore in January.
Traore has fallen down the pecking order at Wolves after coming back from a loan spell at Barcelona.
The 26-year-old’s performances at Barcelona last season were not strong enough, and this prompted the Catalan giants to opt against making the loan deal permanent.
Across four Premier League games this season, Traore has only played 55 minutes, with Bruno Lage preferring the likes of Daniel Podence, Pedro Neto and Goncalo Guedes.
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According to Italian football outlet Tutto Juve, the Old Lady have always followed Traore and are aware of his lack of game time this season.
The club is reportedly ready to submit an offer to Traore should he accept it.
If Traore makes the move to Turin, he would provide competition for the likes of Juan Cuadrado, who can play as a winger and right wing back.
The Spanish winger, known for his strength on the pitch, will be able to sign a pre contract in January if he wishes, especially because his Wolves contract is set to expire next summer.
His current representative is Jorge Mendes's Gestifute.
Juventus in the Serie A this season
Juventus have not had the best of starts to the Serie A campaign, and this was summed up by a 1-0 defeat to newly-promoted Monza.
After seven league games, the Bianconeri lies in eighth on the log, with only 10 points, seven behind league leaders Napoli.
AC Monza terminate Rannochia's contract after 2 months
Elsewhere, Andrea Rannochia is now a free agent after his contract with Monza was terminated by mutual consent
Rannochia was the first signing Monza made in an ambitious summer spending spree as they looked to make the most out of their first ever season in Italy’s top flight.
The ex-Inter man joined Monza on a free transfer but his career with his new club took a nosedive after he sprained his ankle and sustained a fracture to the fibula in the 4-0 defeat to Napoli.